News ID: 342157
Publish Date: 04 April 2012 - 05:29
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Navideshahed: President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday that the arrogant powers are bent on saving the Zionist regime under the popular slogan of human rights and freedom.

Speaking to the Syrian President Special Envoy Faisal Maqdad, President Ahmadinejad acknowledged that the Syrian Government has in the course of recent events been facing armed rebellion and said that the Syrian events have been a conspiracy by the western governments.

'Today, it has become clear to all that the arrogant powers try to harm Iran, Syria and the resistance movement, trying to save the Zionist regime under the slogan of human rights and caring for freedom.'

The president said the slogans and goals of the arrogant powers and the so-called human rights advocates are different in theory and practice.

'Americans under the false slogans of defending freedom try to dominate Syria, Lebanon, Iran and all countries and we should be vigilant and strong against their plots,' said Dr.Ahmadinejad.

President Ahmadinejad in the meantime criticized the Arab League's approach towards Syria.

President Ahmadinejad pointed to the demand of Arab League from Syria to observe democracy in its territory, while no election has been held in many of their own states and the law and human rights are serving special group atop.

'The Arab League owes its reputation to Syria as it has been its member thus far,' he added.

Describing as 'ridiculous' the demand of certain countries from Syria to observe democracy and grant unlimited liberty to the citizens, President Ahmadinejad said the demand means that under those conditions no one can protest against or act against the terrorist person or groups killing the Syrian people and security forces indiscriminately.

'In fact, they want Syria to offer its land to them instantly. Today, those groups set policies in the region that were being easily ignored by westerners if they had no oil or wealth,' said the president.

Referring to his Dushanbe meeting with the UN Secretary General's envoy on Afghanistan and raising recent massacre of a number of Afghan women and children by the US troops, President Ahmadinejad asked, 'The question is: Under what license a soldier kills people and flees? Then Americans justify the act being done by a person suffering from nervous breakdown, supposing their responsibility is over. In fact they multiply their crime. Under what license do they take a mad person to Afghanistan and let him dominate an oppressed nation with a gun? Had a wrong verdict been issued in a country opposing the US policies, outcries would have been raised.'

President Ahmadinejad said that since the beginning it was predicted that coming to power of the US President Barack Obama was a deception, aiming to cover up the US policies. 'He is in fact present in a scene, behind which there are Zionists actually.'

The president cited to Syria's resistance to the Zionist regime as the reason for the Persian Gulf Arab states started opposing Syria when Damascus stood firmly against their will to compromise with the Zionist regime and put their wealth at its disposal secretly.

'I am very happy to see Syria officials manage affairs well, relying on their self-confidence and people and I hope conditions will be in Syria's favor more and more.'

President Ahmadinejad said the Islamic Republic of Iran considers no limit for expansion of relations with Syria and would spare no efforts to support Damascus.

'Surely, the Syrian President and other officials will manage affairs in Syria well and make any reforms well and thank God the enemies will gain nothing. Syrian people's glorious presence on the scene changed all the enemy equations and definitely situation in the country will change.'

Maqdad for his part thanked the Islamic Republic of Iran for supporting his country, saying enemies had thought through demonstrations and armed struggle in Syria they could have toppled the government and materialize their wishes.

'Situation will get further stabilized in Syria, especially in areas where the armed rebellion are going on,' he added.

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Source: IRI Presidency Website

Speaking to the Syrian President Special Envoy Faisal Maqdad, President Ahmadinejad acknowledged that the Syrian Government has in the course of recent events been facing armed rebellion and said that the Syrian events have been a conspiracy by the western governments. 'Today, it has become clear to all that the arrogant powers try to harm Iran, Syria and the resistance movement, trying to save the Zionist regime under the slogan of human rights and caring for freedom.' The president said the slogans and goals of the arrogant powers and the so-called human rights advocates are different in theory and practice. 'Americans under the false slogans of defending freedom try to dominate Syria, Lebanon, Iran and all countries and we should be vigilant and strong against their plots,' said Dr.Ahmadinejad. President Ahmadinejad in the meantime criticized the Arab League's approach towards Syria. President Ahmadinejad pointed to the demand of Arab League from Syria to observe democracy in its territory, while no election has been held in many of their own states and the law and human rights are serving special group atop. 'The Arab League owes its reputation to Syria as it has been its member thus far,' he added. Describing as 'ridiculous' the demand of certain countries from Syria to observe democracy and grant unlimited liberty to the citizens, President Ahmadinejad said the demand means that under those conditions no one can protest against or act against the terrorist person or groups killing the Syrian people and security forces indiscriminately. 'In fact, they want Syria to offer its land to them instantly. Today, those groups set policies in the region that were being easily ignored by westerners if they had no oil or wealth,' said the president. Referring to his Dushanbe meeting with the UN Secretary General's envoy on Afghanistan and raising recent massacre of a number of Afghan women and children by the US troops, President Ahmadinejad asked, 'The question is: Under what license a soldier kills people and flees? Then Americans justify the act being done by a person suffering from nervous breakdown, supposing their responsibility is over. In fact they multiply their crime. Under what license do they take a mad person to Afghanistan and let him dominate an oppressed nation with a gun? Had a wrong verdict been issued in a country opposing the US policies, outcries would have been raised.' President Ahmadinejad said that since the beginning it was predicted that coming to power of the US President Barack Obama was a deception, aiming to cover up the US policies. 'He is in fact present in a scene, behind which there are Zionists actually.' The president cited to Syria's resistance to the Zionist regime as the reason for the Persian Gulf Arab states started opposing Syria when Damascus stood firmly against their will to compromise with the Zionist regime and put their wealth at its disposal secretly. 'I am very happy to see Syria officials manage affairs well, relying on their self-confidence and people and I hope conditions will be in Syria's favor more and more.' President Ahmadinejad said the Islamic Republic of Iran considers no limit for expansion of relations with Syria and would spare no efforts to support Damascus. 'Surely, the Syrian President and other officials will manage affairs in Syria well and make any reforms well and thank God the enemies will gain nothing. Syrian people's glorious presence on the scene changed all the enemy equations and definitely situation in the country will change.' Maqdad for his part thanked the Islamic Republic of Iran for supporting his country, saying enemies had thought through demonstrations and armed struggle in Syria they could have toppled the government and materialize their wishes. 'Situation will get further stabilized in Syria, especially in areas where the armed rebellion are going on,' he added. The End Source: IRI Presidency Website
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